I always buy branded medium priced kit but I do a lot of work on cars and some heavy plant.
As a DIYer I would be interested in the Babz set from earlier post:-
It is six point sockets rather than 12 point. If your bolts are rusty and tight then the 12 point will rip the corners off leaving you with a rounded nut or bolt. Six point are far less likely to do that. It also covers a very wide range from 4mm to 32mm and doesn't have too many gaps in the socket sizing as they get larger. Different manufacturers leave out different sockets of those less likely to be used. Missing from this set are 25mm, 26mm, 28mm, 29mm and 31mm other sets may have more sockets missing and may not go all the way to 32mm.
With cheap kit it is nearly always the ratchet mechanism in the socket handle that fails first - be prepared for that. A 3/8 ratchet for smaller bolts and 1/2 for larger will make the 3/8 last longer.
As a beginner I would recommend two torque wrenches. One in the lower range with 3/8 drive and a mid/high range 1/2 drive. I assume you are new(ish) to car maintenance so you won't have a "feel" for the bolts so won't know just how loose 8ft.lb is (screw driver tight) nor just how tight 100ft.lb (that's quite a pull) is.
Other tools I would consider are:-
Scissor type call joint splitter.
Breaker bar 1/2. When you need one you need to know it is man enough to stand or stamp on the end without it breaking - though your sockets may not withstand that!
Metric allen key sockets that fit onto your socket wrench not the wrench type that are just a bent bit of metal bar though those do have their uses.
Oil filter wrench. Chain or strap.
Despite other comments above combination socket set like either of these particularly as they fill in most of the gaps in the larger size bolts:-
It is naughty but most (all) of your Ribe and Torx recessed bolts can be undone with allen keys! be careful if they are very tight but it hasn't failed me yet even on some very tight bolts. Others here will scream but I have done this many times.